Northern Ireland

Richard wrote:
I heard they were insisting on passports for air flights to NI so unless someone knows any better I would take it with you.

Airlines insist on passports or photo driving licences for all UK domestic flights now.

NI is part of the UK and no passport is needed. In fact you don’t even need a photo ID to travel to the Republic by ferry. Any ID will do; a non-photo driving licence is fine. My daughter’s gone through with a signed letter from her teacher and no other ID recently.

Your GIT is ALWAYS valid in NI, because it’s part of the UK. Your vehicle insurance is ALWAYS valid in NI for the same reason. The legally required cover (normally Third Party only) of your vehicle insurance is ALWAYS valid EVERYWHERE in the EU, without a Green Card and without informing your insurer, because that’s the law.

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Posted by Alec at 7:12 pm, October 4, 2006

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